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Know your rights: new “passport” for human trafficking victims in Tunisia

Council of Europe office in Tunis Strasbourg 29 July 2020
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Know your rights: new “passport” for human trafficking victims in Tunisia

A “passport” setting out the rights of human trafficking victims has been launched at the Council of Europe office in Tunis.

The same size and colour as a real Tunisian passport, the 66 page document contains detailed information on the rights of human trafficking victims, aimed at ensuring full understanding of victim support in the country.

Developed by a group of national experts with the support of the Council of Europe office in Tunisia, the launch of the passport – available in Arabic and French – also coincides with World Anti-Trafficking Day (30 July).


 Council of Europe office in Tunis website [FR]


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